At first, it seemed to the Kyrgyz that it was an ordinary slab.
The farmer accidentally found a statue of the VI century on his site.
To the north of the Tien Shan, near Isik-Kul, a man named Erkin Turbaev, plowing the earth, discovered a huge statue of the VI century named Balbal.
At first, it seemed to Kyrgyz that it was an ordinary plate, and he decided to remove it from his territory.
But smoking deeper, he began to understand that his shovel did not stumble upon a stone, but upon a giant ancient statue.
The statue embodied the human head and body. The discovered statue turned out to be a tombstone, in other words, Erkin found a very old tombstone.
It was mainly used by nomadic Turks and residents of Central Asia in the first millennium.
Three meters is the length of the found statue. It depicted sculptural armor and a headdress.
He was a warrior, we recognized him thanks to a carved sword in his left hand.
The lower part of the statue was absent, most likely, it was simply buried separately in the ground.
This man had a worthy and important status at the time of his death. This was noted by the famous historian Abdicirim, studying all the inscriptions of the exhibition.